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Dec 24, 2012 2:30pm PST
and hoping for better times in the coming months. the big topic remains the fiscal cliff. we don't know if we can avoid it, yes or no. there's still some hope for a kind of a deal done in the next few trading days, but all the talk about the fiscal cliff is keeping the mood on wall street down. blue chips trading a bit lower and a mixed session with retailers. it looks like the christmas shopping season was not that stellar, at least for the traditional retailers. the fiscal cliff is the big topic and traders are hoping we resolve that in the next few days. >> after his singsong of waiting until the sun shines. christmas eve and the dow slipping just a little bit down. in the currency market, the euro against the dollar, $1.3187. final day of the festive shopping season, the biggest moneymaker for plenty of retailers, so how did this year's sales measure up? >> it will take time for the numbers to be processed, but most think it was better than average. >> germans use the remaining hours before the shops close to snap up last-minute gifts. the big department stores in frankfurt were chock ful
Dec 26, 2012 2:30pm PST
taxi company. >> i really don't know, to be honest. i've got mixed feelings. >> martin loves his job, and he likes driving around london, but he is aware that things have not been going well with the london taxi company. he thinks the company must have bad management because it has been losing money for the last four years running. his own vehicle has not been as reliable as he could have hoped. at least once, it was recalled to the factory to correct a mechanical problem, and the london taxi company is again dealing with a large recall. a number of drivers suffered a loss of power steering, and lti had to recall 400 models. production of new cars had to be shut down and employees laid off until the steering boxes could all be replaced. >> we've now begun work to customer's back on the road to begin their work and their livelihood. what's left is for us to work our way through the remaining vehicles. >> lti normally sells 2700 cars annually, but in recent years, it has been struggling in the domestic market. >> your chinese joint venture partner had put in considerable resources into
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